COUGAR releases the 200K gaming keyboard

COUGAR releases the 200K gaming keyboard

COUGAR has added one more gaming keyboard to its product list and this time it is the more budget-oriented 200K model.

Despite its nature the 200K is a great choice for gaming PCs as COUGAR puts it. The 200K comes with a compact and durable design, anti-ghosting technology in 19 keys that are most vital for gaming, perfect accuracy, extra functions that include media controls, brightness adjustment and more.

Furthermore the new 200K gaming keyboard allows gamers to switch the functionality of the WASD and direction keys, which is very useful for left-handed users or people who simply want to change the keyboard functions and layout. By using the keyboard gamers can also change the repeat rate of this very sturdy keyboard – COUGAR says that the 200K has anti-slip rubber feet that ensure they keyboard stays stable while the chassis gives a quality feel that sets it apart from most other membrane and scissor switch keyboards on the market.

The COUGAR 200K keyboard is available now but there is no information on how much it costs.

Source: COUGAR

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